The remix builds on the original track's reverb-drenched vocals, but breaks up the wall of post-punk distorted guitars underneath to end up with a track that's lush, ethereal as well as a little bit glitchy.
We've got a cracker of a track for you to start the week on Dezeen Music Project, with this glitchy downtempo remix of Keep the Streets Empty for Me by Fever Ray (aka Karin Dreijer Andersson, one half of Swedish dance duo The Knife).
The remix was sent to us by Budapest DJ/producer Fine Cut Bodies, who has managed to keep the eerie ambience of the original track despite working a big, bassy and very squelchy beat in to the mix. He has also very kindly made the track available for free download, so get it here if you like what you hear.
You can listen to the original Fever Ray track here too.
We've got a four-day weekend to look forward to here in England, so we thought we should find an upbeat track to end the week on a high with. BEAKR haven't let us down before in this respect, and this remix of a song by Chicago three-piece The Welcome is no exception.
You can listen to BEAKR's other remixes here.
You can listen to the original track here if you prefer a more hardcore start to your week.
We used this remix by Kid Circus as the soundtrack on the final show from our TV studio at MOST, which you can watch here if you haven't already. Upbeat, funky, and a little bit crazy, it seemed like a fitting track to round off our week in Milan with.
We'll be choosing a different track from Dezeen Music Project each day, so make sure you tune in to www.dezeenstudio.com tomorrow morning for the next episode.
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